Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
RCMP force boosted r UlANBHOOK Increased population in Gran- brook area, and increased work load, has resulted in an in- crease in Hie Cranbroolt RCMP detachment lo Kl men. NCO alleration has resulted .since recent stipcTamnialicm ot Egt. W. A. T. 'J'ooley. Sectional NCO ror East Koo- (cnay continues to be Slaff Ser- geant Myles McLcod, with Staff Sergeant A. L. Beech sec- ond in sectional command. Staff Sgt. R. N. Milminc is new officer in charge of Crai brook detachment succeeding Sgl, Tooley. Cpl. Nick Shaigec has ar- rived to join Cpl Jlubc'rL Mur- (in, Cpl. Stan Partridge, and Cpl. D. Harlock arrives Sept. 1. The city made application for J5 personnel in and 13 by next April. With nine con- stables, Cranbrook detathmcnt personnel now tallies J.'J, ex- cluding section officers Burning bylaw not plannec TAIiER (IINS) The Town ot Tabcr has no intention ol passing a "no burning" bylaw in the foreseeable future, town roimeil lias decided. This information is being given lo Ihe federal depart- ment of public works whose in- quiry was in connection with the needed replacement of the federal building incinerator. The department will replace the worn-out unit. In other miscellaneous busi- ness, the council approved a 50-50 sharing of SIM tuition costs with assistant sccretary- treasurer Larry Flexhaug who is enrolling with Uie University of Alberta in a course on local government. This is a home study course, with once a month day-long sessions to be held at the University of Leth- bridge. The council salisfied the stat- utes relative to assessments by- adopting the 1971 assessment as the basis for the 1972 tax levy, subject to changes found necessary in new and revised assessments. Council was advised ihat a general assessment is due for 1972 tor use in the 1973 taxa- tion year, a once in seven years requirement. Thursday, Aggml 26, 1971 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD 5 NO GAME War is llie real thing for man al 12, he is with Cambodian unilb a I a young Cambodian. A regular infanlry- Preah PrGsap. Cathy Chrusch shows hest trick dog PLNCIIER CREEK (Special) In the junior pet section ot Ihe agricultural fair, pets were proudly taken lo the Canyon School for display and judging I by Dr. C. Zacliar. Prizes were awarded as fol- lows: Seely lo return to reside at Stirling STIRLING (HNS) Former resident Rex Secly and family have purchased one of the mo- bile home silcs and arc return- ing lo Slit-lint; Mr. f'ccly is employed by the Company and re- ceived training at Milk River and Calgary. His work first took him lo Queen Charlotte Island, B.C., where he was foreman to the plumbing at a government ra- dar station. He has just completed work at Trince Rupert, B.C., for a large hospital. Mr. Sccly will now help with (be plumbing al the University at Lclhbridgc. His wife is the former The- resa Foumicr of Lethbridge. They have Iwo sons, Lavnc and Allen. HECUIiU UOUSD SHIPLEY, England (CP) Hope for impatient ladies wait- ing for their husbands at the .I9lh hole came from golfer Peter Hal] when he raced round a yard course in 3K minutes. Although he took Rfi strokes over Ihe 71 par round, he knocked CO minutes off the previous fastest circuit with the help of a Land Hover, a couple of scooters and 20 cad- dies. Best Trick Dog: Cathy Chrusch; Ilcnnriclla Charbon- ncati. Bast Groomed Dog: le Higa; Cathy Chrusch Pet Pup: Henrietta Charbon- ncau; Travis Wcslrop. House Cat: PhiUjpa Lindsell; Robin Cameron. Colored Cat: Kelly Heppner; Robin Cameron. Best Pet Kitlen Travis Wcslrop; Shane West- rop. Best Colored Rabbit and Best White Rabbil: Bonnie Bonertz; Louise Wagonaar, Best Dog or Pup (pre- school I: Lynda Rae Johnson; Lynnellc lliga. Guinea Pig: Laurie Ames; Laurie Ames. Most Unusual Pel: Darla Burns, Bantam hen and chicks; Louise Wagennar, gcose. Leonardo da Vinci devised a large paddle wheel Ihat drew cool air from the surface of a river into a conduit leading to the home of his palron, the Duke of Arabs feud among selves Ail- business down (J1TAWA (Cl'i The major Canadian airlines had an updating surplus ol S7.fi million in June, down from million in the same month last year. Statistics Canada reported i today. Their Mii'iilus uI operating revenues over operating expen- ses for the first six months ol 1971 was down by jilmost one-1 tliird lo M.2 million fiom I million in the same period of ihe iirst inuullis ot the year, there was an iiceuinu- laied loss of SIM million. The Canada. CP Air. and five regional carried a combined total ot I more goods but feucr j pors on itotii regulariy-sehed- ulcd and charter flights in June. CAIRO (AP) Behind in- creasing talk of a new war with Israel, Arabs find themselves in a greater state of disharmony than nt any time since the last j war in 1967. Awareness of this has prompted Arab leaders to move quickly this month to set their own houses in order. Trials of opponents, or allegedly corrupt officials, are under way this week in Lihya, Egypt and Sudsn. Arab diplomats launched a diplomatic offensive to win supporl at next' month's United Nations General Assembly ses- sion the Arab claim lo occupied by Israel in 19G7. In an attempt to present a more united front against Is- rael, Egypt. Libya and Syria have united in a new federaiion. The trial of former vice-presi- dent All Sabry and 11 other prominent Egyptians, accrued of plotting lo overthrow Presi- dent Anwar Sadat, opened Wednesday in Cairo, then was postponed until Sept. 4. Defence lawyers asked and received fur- ther time to study the charges. They received only part of the indictment Sunday. In Libya, three former pre- miers arc among 107 defendants whose trials began last week on charges of corruption. Libya's cabinet also was re- shuffled earlier this month. In The Sudan, expected lo join the Aral) federation later, ar- rests and trials continue follow- ing an abortive pro-Communist coup July 19. A Sudanese army private wai executed by firing squad Aug. 21. bringing the total known to have been exe- cuted to 15. The trials in the three coun tries appear to be designed lo discourage internal disunity. Relations between The Sudan and Iraq were broken after Iraq recognized the short-lived leftist rebel government. Traq and Syria have been feuding with King Hussein of Jordan since Jordanian army units smashed Palestinian guer- rilla forces and after Syria ac- cused Jordan of attacking Syr- ian forces. Only last monlh Morocco broke relations with Libya after Libya rushed to recognize lead- ers of an abortive coup that threatened to lopplo the govern- ment of King Hassan. SHOPLIFTING SAN MATEO, Calif. (AP) Shoplifting has doubled in some) areas of Ihe United Slates this! year and is groiving fasler other erime ph'.iiuins sm.'Jl; merchants, manufacturers and lers, a national survey shnus. Berlin approved BONN (AI''j 'lit fitr- rn-'m government approved today the tour-power agreement on Berlin, drafted by (lie ambassadors ol the United Slates, Britain, France and (he Soviet Union. In a resolution n'loptc-il at a caljinel session, Die government noted that the interests ot West Germany and U'e.-.l Bcriui have been preserved in the. talks, government spokesman Conrad Ahlers told a news conlerence. lie said that as soon as the agreement ic. signed, "the gov- ernment is ready lo enter with- out delay into negotiations uifb the government of the (East) German Democratic fienitfllic about the regulation of details of the four-power agree- ment concerning iransit traffic between the Federal Republic of 'We.sU Germany and Ber- lin.'' .MIXER'S niOKT. 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